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Hello, friends! How are all of you today?
I hope well. Today’s recipe is a fun one. We are going to make loose meat sandwiches.
Loose meat sandwiches are a bit like Sloppy Joe’s but only with less slop. I remember the first time I heard of loose meat sandwiches. Believe it or not, it was on the sitcom, “Roseanne.”
You may remember that TV show? Anyway, Roseanne and her sister Jackie owned a diner called The Lunchbox that was known for its famous loose meat sandwiches. I desperately wanted to try these sandwiches so my mom made them for dinner one night. I was hooked ever since.
I am excited to share this loose meat sandwich recipe with you because it is fun, filling, and easy to make. You can serve this for lunch, dinner, or a snack in between meals. My teenagers enjoy eating them after school.
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Quick Tip: Feel free to add any condiments that you want to your sandwich.